Why is there always that one arrow in the bunch that wants to be a loner? 😂
Just kidding with the previous rant. The reality is that we often make perfect shots that do not feel quite Hyole with the other shots, which triggers a little dinger in our heads. Then we concetration on our form. You cannot concetration on form without a mechanical aiming scheme. Flat draw, bone on bone (whatever they think that felling is), chest outcount , play peek-a-boo over the arrow shaft, don't forget to touch your shoulder after the arrow hits the target, all of that crap. Many people never get past the concentrating on form part. Which forces a rather stiff and clumsy mechanical shooting cycle, that clouds the natural function of our on board computer. Ever wonder why some people that never think of this stuff and just shoot ever get a deer or a pheasant? I know one personally, I liked his attitude and gave him a Hill Tembo. I swear one of these years he is going to miss a deer.
You are not alone with that. Yesterday, sitting in a lawn chair with the arms cut off from about only 18 yards, shooting my Berry duo shooter, 6 arrow ends, I could put three in tight, one an inch or so left or right, one 2 inches high, and one perfect form and follow through shot that was 6 inches off. Even worse, the off arrow was never the same one. I found the problem, I failed to lift my big toe inside my boot just right.
I think we all forget about that big toe!